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Welcome to Team Cheetah!
Thank you for stopping by. We are a mainstay for the Ride for AIDS Chicago consistently being a top fundraising team, as well as a top Fun Raising team! We are known for our spots and can easily be seen throughout the Ride! We are made up of a diverse group of men, women, and trans folks. We are educators, public servants, servers, business professionals, students and all around good eggs. Riders, Crew, and Moto Crew make up our awesome group and there's plenty of room for you!
On September 8th and 9th, We will be joining hundreds of other individuals riding 100 or 200 and even 230 miles in support of the 2018 Ride for AIDS Chicago.
We're participating in this event to raise vital funds to support HIV services in the community. In addition, through our participation, and with your support we will continue to raise awareness around HIV in an effort to reduce the debilitating effects of shame and stigma associated with HIV/AIDS.
The months of training and preparing for this Ride is nothing compared to what people living with HIV go through on a daily basis. Thank you for supporting our efforts.
Please join us!
xoxo Team Cheetah
We're committed... to be a catalyst for change in the HIV/AIDS Community by raising vital funds for those living with or at risk for HIV while simultaneously fighting the shame and stigma assocaited with the dieseas.
Participation in the Ride for AIDS Chicago means a lot to TPAN, our clients, and the entire community. Whether participating to meet a personal goal, riding in memoriam, or riding to support a cause, each individual effort is much more than riding 200 miles.
Did You Know: $1000 helps to cover:
- two one-hour group therapy sessions
- three hepatitis C tests with pre- and post-counseling
- 8 weeks of transportation to therapy appointments, and so much more. There’s still work to be done!